CHILD MARRIAGE IN SISSALA EAST: A MYTH OR REALITY?

Child marriage has of late being an issue in the air waves of sissala land. Many organizations and NGOs have shown their displeasure on the phenomenon. Anyone who is interested in sissala land can confirm to you there are so many write-ups on the said issue of late. But let us face the reality as a people, is this actually happening in the land? Could it not be a pass practice? Are we not mistaking something else for child marriage?

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Teen commits suicide in Tumu

A teen who is Alleged to be in her early twenties has taken her own life. Tumu township was thrown into shock and grief following the gruesome murder of a Sissala army captain by name captain Maxwell Adam Mahama who was with a detachment in a town located in central region Dwnkyere Obuasi a mining community that is a hub of illegal mining. He was attacked and gruesomely murdered when they allegedly mistook him for an arm robber following a

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POLICE CAR RUNS INTO A PASSENGER VEHICLE ON THE KANDA HIGH WAY.

A Toyota land cruiser pick up belonging to the Ghana police service with registration number GP 3008 has this evening,just around 6:45pm rammed into a moving trotro mini urvan with registration number WR 554-12 that was just about negotiating into the road leading to Kanda estates a suburb of Accra the national capital. Inside the police pick up truck were a police inspector and the driver in front and a junior officer behind the bucket of the truck rammed into

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REFLECTIONS ON THE COMING OF RAMADAN 2017(CE)

Life in this world is said to be narrow and short. We live in it as strangers and we’ll leave it as strangers. We explore many opportunities in this life. We succeed in some and fail in many others. We are in this world journeying like a traveller going on a pilgrimage to an unknown strange land. We don’t know what we will encounter be it positive or negative. Many a time, we are faced with numerous challenges and setbacks.

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Simpa Panyin: Certification and the poor attitude of Ghana’s medical practitioners

One of my biggest disappointments, in life, has been when I dropped out of law school. I had, in 2011, enrolled as a law student at GIMPA, to pursue LLB, with the aim of becoming a lawyer, to use the courts to force irresponsible fathers to become responsible. But I had to suspend the course, due to circumstances beyond me. Anyway, last week I heard the Chief Justice spoke about the proliferation of law schools in the country. She warned

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